Our Session 3 Program is now open for registration!
TO REGISTER FOR OUR TEAM PROGRAMS
– CLICK HERE
Our Beginner and Junior Skate Program (Beginner to
Minor Novice) will remain at 2 ice times per week. The program will be focused on player
development and will have some ad-hoc games planned from time to time.
Our Major Novice to Bantam Program will remain at 3 ice times per week. This program provides an equal balance between development and game play.
Our Midget Program remains focused primarily on game play as many within this division need to balance work/play. The model continues to provide 2 games per week and 1 practice every 2 weeks.
Additionally – we have additional Player and Goalie Development opportunities. Space will be limited, so register soon! TO REGISTER FOR OUR DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES – CLICK HERE
REGISTRATION FEES – Winter 2021 Program – Session 3
** New Player registration fees includes the mandatory $60 insurance fee. Return players paid this fee component earlier.
NOTE TO ALL NEW PLAYERS:
1) Our Session 1/2 Program was very successful with many teams operating at maximum or near maximum capacity. Priority will be given to returning players. New Players will be automatically WAITLISTED. Once registration closes, the hockey associations will determine if space is available to accommodate any NEW Players.
2) If you have registered with another Hockey Centre and are now seeking to play in Waterford, Port Dover, Simcoe or Norfolk; please contact the Registrar of that association prior to registration to confirm eligibility.
We are Accepting Credit Card or E-transfer at this time.
For those electing to use credit card, the Registration System has been programmed to provide for a two (2) payment date plan. An initial payment of $120 is charged to your credit card upon registration and the remaining balance will be charged on February 1, 2021.
For E-Transfer instructions, please contact [email protected]
IF WE MOVE TO “RED” UNDER COVID-19
If Haldimand-Norfolk is moved into “RED”, our programming will be required to adhere to the “RED” rules under that category. Under this scenario our programming would be modified to practice and skills development only with a limit of 10 “participants” on the ice (excluding coaches/trainers). The number and frequency of practices will be determined by ice availability and cost. We will strive to optimize ice opportunities within the existing cost structure.